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Through making important discoveries in an array of fields.

The world needs scientists to solve problems, meet consumer demands and create new opportunities. That’s where you come in. Biotechnology is a relatively young industry, but it consistently delivers new and necessary products in a diverse marketplace. These products relate to a variety of fields, including agriculture, healthcare, industrial technologies, manufacturing and more, so you can explore a variety of careers.

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Solid Career Growth

The job market for biological technicians is expected to grow 9% through 2030 according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

Salary Boost

The average annual salary for the bioscience worker was reported as $107,000, nearly double the average salary in the U.S. Biotechnology Innovation Organization


Each track within our program matches up with job opportunities at local organizations.

Career Options

Depending on which track you pursue, your career options will vary.

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Quality Assurance & Compliance

  • Process Research Manager
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist
  • Compliance Technician
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Business Management

  • Marketing Manager
  • Research & Development Manager
  • Laboratory Director
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Research & Development

  • Laboratory Technician
  • Medical Research Assistant
  • Molecular Biologist
  • Research & Development Scientist
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